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I thought they are all Spicer 1310 series ... That was the bet I made when I bought them from Denny's. I bought the DC kit that CDee mentioned plus two more of the 1310's ... Hope I do not need a 1330!

Note that you can do greasable or non-greasable joints. Greasable joints REQUIRE regular maintenance because they are built to allow excess grease to come out, but that design can also let water in, so you have to add grease regularly to keep them clean. Non-greasable are more tightly sealed and require no maintenance. So make your choice which sounds more your speed.
 

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The transfer case end of the 99-03 4.7 242hd equipped rear driveshaft is a 1330, not a 1310. They both have the same size caps unless you're talking Ford "BC" 1330 with larger caps. Both have 1 1/16" (1.062") caps however the trunnion is larger on the 1330, overall it is 3 5/8" wide (3.625") where overall the 1310 is 3 7/32" (3.219) wide. From what I can tell a 1330 is also used on the transmission end of 2wd 4.7 as well.
Great info, thanks for that cDee, very much appreciate it. Looks like I need to get a 1330 for my planned driveshaft rebuild.
 
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